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Winners & Losers 11/29/13

Winners & Losers 11/29/13

Winners Amy Miller Once approved by the Pensacola City Council, Miller will become the first female Port Director for the City of Pensacola since its inception, dating back to the mid-1700s. She [...]

Awareness, Remembrance, and Celebration

Awareness, Remembrance, and Celebration

By Jessica Forbes For those living with or who have lost a loved one to HIV/AIDS, Dec. 1 marks not only an important day of remembrance, but one of hope and connection. World AIDS Day has taken [...]

Put A Bow On It

Put A Bow On It

Local Gift Options For (Just About) Everyone On Your List For Her When it comes to gifting the special lady (or ladies) on your list—regardless of your budget considerations or her style [...]

The Buzz 11/29/13

The Buzz 11/29/13

Pensacola’s Mud Island Eighteen months after the Vince J. Whibbs, Sr. Community Maritime Park opened, the city has a problem with the retention pond at the park. The liner has floated to the [...]

Caring for Christmas

Caring for Christmas

By Jennifer Leigh For Cathy Harris, president and founder of Streets and Lanes Ministry, Christmas has always held a special place in her heart. “My widowed mother did her best to raise three [...]

Happenings 11/29/13

Happenings 11/29/13

THURSDAY 11.28 PENSACOLA BEACH TURKEY TROT 8:30 a.m. The 5K Fun Run begins and ends at Casino Beach, with an after party at the Gulfside Pavilion complete with a special appearance by Santa [...]

Local-ish Etsy Finds

Local-ish Etsy Finds

If you find yourself naturally drawn toward scouring the online super shop that is Etsy this time of year, in search of the perfect handmade original holiday gift, here are a few shops to take a peek [...]

Post-Turkey Performance

Post-Turkey Performance

By Sarah McCartan Let’s face it. No holiday weekend would feel quite right without a local show that brings together just about every person you’ve ever met and those who you probably thought [...]

Back To Black Friday

Back To Black Friday

By Jessica Forbes In its third year, the Black Friday edition of Record Store Day is giving music lovers, and those who are looking to purchase gifts for these individuals, an opportunity to land [...]

News of the Weird 11/29/13

News of the Weird 11/29/13

by Chuck Shepherd Family of Man The Marvels of Science: The notorious white separatist Craig Cobb is currently soliciting like-skinned people to move to his tiny town of Leith, N.D. (pop. 16), to [...]

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